It is Said That Redheads Bruise More Easily!
It is said that redheads bruise more! A bruise is caused by an injury/rupture to tissue beneath the skin and results in skin discoloration.
Redheads, take this advice next time you have a bruise:
1. Vitamin K is said to help with bruising and since we’ve taking supplements, we’ve noticed our skin is less tender and less likely to have bruises! Opt for the following Vitamin K foods: Ale, spinach, broccoli, brussel sprouts, asparagus. Or, choose a supplement from your local drug store.
2. Want to cover up your bruise? Find fragrance-free, hypoallergenic concealer with a yellow base because it will offset the blue discoloring of a bruise. Try: Palladio Yellow Stick Concealer
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